Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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A man shot and wounded by police Tuesday night in West Philadelphia is a pizza delivery driver who might have thought he was being robbed, a top police official said Wednesday morning.
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SPRING CITY U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey (R., Pa.) toured a Spring City company Tuesday to push his bipartisan plan that he said uses tax reform to make it easier for people to start and grow small businesses.
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The New Jersey legislative panel investigating September lane closures at the George Washington Bridge has called four people - current and former members of the Christie administration and officials at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey - to testify next month.
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Philadelphia's Masterman High School once again topped U.S. News & World Report's annual ranking of Pennsylvania schools, with a number of suburban high schools rounding out the top 10.
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A man is critical tonight after a shooting involving police in Kingsessing.
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The Delaware County Courthouse and other government facilities are opening late today. County officials said the delayed openings are due to a power...
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MONTGOMERY COUNTY Former diplomat to speak at Ursinus COLLEGEVILLE Ursinus College is hosting a lecture on "The Arab Spring: Russia and Syria" on Wednesday evening, featuring former Ambassador Richard W. Murphy.
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DELAWARE COUNTY Bill introduced to revise act aiding transit-oriented development UPPER DARBY A decade after Pennsylvania passed legislation to promote development near public transit stations, municipalities are struggling to take advantage of the program.
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Dick Frieder lived most of his life not knowing what his father did during World War II. It turned out he did something remarkable:
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In an unusually stormy meeting, the embattled state Ethics Commission placated union critics by taking the unusual step of confirming that it is investigating...
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Three University of Delaware students have been arrested in connection with a home invasion that occurred early Saturday, Newark police announced Tuesday.
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BUCKS COUNTY Highway renamed in honor of Brian Gregg, fallen police officer NEWTOWN A large portion of the Newtown Bypass on Tuesday was renamed in honor of Newtown Borough Police Officer Brian Gregg. He was killed in the line of duty in 2005.
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Forecasters are warning that there's a high risk of brush fires in the Philadelphia region today and Thursday. The National Weather Service has issued...
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The investigation into a Main Line high school drug ring began months ago. Police arrested one alleged ringleader in February.
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UPPER TOWNSHIP, N.J. A group of environmental advocates marked Earth Day on Tuesday by demonstrating against a plan to convert the B.L. England coal-fired electrical generation plant to gas, saying a new plant was unneeded and would be a new source of pollution.